Persuasive Essay On Sex Trafficking Children

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Sex Trafficking of Children
Most children that are trafficked are runaways from home because of abuse (Child 1). Some children are victims of trafficking, in other words prostitution, by their family members. The family members prostitute their children for survival (Human 2). Children that are forced or persuaded into prostitution are brainwashed. The children or victims think it is the right thing to do to survive (Surprising 3). Many children are involved in trafficking in the United States (Human 2).
The majority of children involved in prostitution run away from home because of abuse (Child 1). Traffickers that are sex trafficking children believe it is easier to persuade children into prostitution (Trafficking 4). Most children are forced
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Traffickers use online websites like Backage.com to advertise their wrong doings. The website Backpage.com is an enabler of online child trafficking (Surprising 3). Although there are many problems, in the United States, increasing sex trafficking, multiple solutions are available to help decrease sex trafficking.
Trafficking is a crime and it needs to be abolished in the United States and other states. Most victims are not being trafficked by strangers (Surprising 3). Most of the victims are trafficked or persuaded by their family members or friends. The traffickers offer the victims shelter or tell them that they will make good money (Trafficking 4). From that point, the victims have to prostitute in order to survive. According to a Judge Frederick Scholar, Sherry F. Colb, trafficking is not a crime. Sherry states, “Prostitutes are not committing an inherently harmful act. While the spread of disease and other detriments are possible in the practice of prostitution, criminalization is a sure way of exacerbating rather than addressing such effects.” Sherry believes that prostitution is not a 'victimless crime' in the sense that no one is necessarily harmed by it is that there are consenting adults involved"(Top
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